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scary. >> reporter: the manager showed us a few of the items that fell off their shelves. it looks like that was the worst of the damage. the jolt was the largest the manager tells me she's personally felt in the last 17 years since she's moved to the bay area. we touched base with several other businesses. i spoke with an employee of pegasus books right after the quake. employees were worried for a minute if they would hold up. >> what did you feel? >> we were in the check out line at berkley bowl and heard a great big thump and a shake. i knew everybody was looking up to i see if anything was coming down. >> i thought it was a car accident. it wasn't much. i'm like, who's shaking this car? wait a minute, i'm in the bay area. >> reporter: surprisingly enough, we did speak to one man who did not feel a thing. his friends tell he was on his cell phone. reporting live in berkley. >>> workers at memorial stadium felt the earthquake, but it doesn't appear there was any damage. i'll show you a live picture of the stadium i.'s undergoing a project. just about 40 minutes ago we talked with pal
released a statement. he said the officers used the lest amount of force possible. i take full responsibility of my officers. >> and we have a video of the mayor last night. they also encouraged anyone with videos to the police. >>> the deem tray stores are planning to march through downtown jose. they have been there, camping out for the last month. one of the protestors has been purr etched on a two story wall. more than a dozen people have been arrested there. >> in san francisco, occupy protestors remain. the mayor is going to decide this weekend to decide whether to kick the people out of the camp. protestors says the major said there would not be any prince until saturday night. >>> the district attorney that mary hayashi does charged with grand theft for stealing. she pleaded not guilty. >>> authorities have arrested six men on child porn. four of the men are santa row saw. investigators say they found the man by searching the internet. >>> police arrested a man in connection with several threats made against schools. this man was booked on sus six. he sent the threats i
are digging through collapsed buildings using cranes, shovels action shovels. people pulled others alive from the rubble. some 1300 people were hurt in the quake and thousand its are now homeless. those who still have homes are -- even though many homes still standing they have no power. aid workers setting up tents, field hospitals and kitchens for the survivors. many are sleeping outside in freezing temperatures to afraid to return home as the after shocks continue. >> despite a long history with quakes nearly a thousand buildings collapsed in turkey and john fouler is in the satellite center with interesting insight from the bay area engineer. >> reporter: turkey's once booming economy is now stumbling and some say responsible at least in part for the losses. 970 buildings collapsed, including 25 apartment buildings and a student dorm. officials say government is declining international help. >> they are proud people and they probably making a mistake. my experience with many quakes is that any help is good help. >> reporter: bay area quake engineer spoke to us from germany. he was in tu
. go to facebook and twitter to let us know about your health. >> anderson: today on "anderson," what am i doing up here? conquering my fear of height. >> i'm afraid of worms. >> anderson: bugs with lots of little legs creep me out. on my next show, we all have fears. i'm not sure what is in here. oh, no! we're going to show you how to face them and overcome them. it all starts now. all right? okay. >> how are you doing up there? [cheers and applause] >> anderson: hey. thanks very much. thank you. thank you very much. welcome. [cheers and applause] welcome to the program. glad you're all full of energy. today's show i think is really important. it's all about overcoming your fear. we all have things we're afraid of. some of the things we're afraid of make sense. some of them completely don't. i'm a big believer in not allowing fear to rule you, to change who you are or how you live your life. this is something that's really important to me. it's been important to me for a long time. i spent a lot of time over the years trying to eliminate the things that scare me. i used to be really
as purple tells us the man was arrested on charges including assault on a officer and assault with a deadly weapon. protesters say he was waving sage during a demonstration and was just at the wrong place at the wrong time. >>> the protest seems to be growing by the day. tomorrow more protests are planned for walnut creek, san rafael and palo alto. san francisco police are cracking down on protester who took over two abandoned buildings. come up around 4:15 the group behind the movement and why their message extending beyond the bay area. >> new york city a large group of protesters took their demonstrations to midtown manhattan for a millionaire's march. they marched past the cities of the rich eve residents wanting to bring attention to the fact that the wealthy will pay less in december when a tax expires. >> it's like a small village, like a small working community that doesn't rely on the businesses or establishments to survive. >> reporter: large donations have been coming in. >> in just the past 30 minutes the senate rejected the president's 447 billion-dollar jobs bill in a test
. >> the freeway's concrete walls were fixed, using the steel brace and the freeway opened up, six and a half hours after the crash first happen. . >>> we have more on that fire ball, more video of the big rig fire and the impact it had on the drivers all morning. >>> in walnut creek, the movement that went from wall street to main street. here is more on that picture from main street, that is outside of the bank of america. about 500 people are expected to turn out for a protest here and that is just starting. the bank of america security guards are out front. the police are passing by in the patrol cars, but no real police presence there. they will demonstrate every wednesday through november. and then as it gets later in the evening, we will watch as we get the new developments. . >>> there was a march to the i.r.s. building this afternoon, calling for the corporations and the wealthy to pay their fair share of taxes. >>> outside city hall, there are about 100 tents with a make- shift kitchen to serve meals. we are there with more on the dance that is happening between the city and protesters. >
to jolt a lot of folks out of bed. >> it was a big rock slide that happened on the ridge that was above us. so we freaked out a little bit. >> we heard a whistling kind of sound. and then am of a sudden, everything -- and then all of a sudden, everything started shaking. the windows were shaking hard. >> one state emergency official said it's not surprising that a earthquake would hit the area because falls run throughout california. this one hit on the valley fault. >>> turning to the bay area weather now, i don't think anybody in the news room today left the house early without a jacket. bill, we needed one. >> boy, it was chilly this morning. temperatures down into the mid- and low 30s. frost in bay area locations. what you can sigh here is live storm tracker 2 showing some of the temperatures out there. and certainly what you're seeing is no fog right along the coast. and without that fog, we're looking for a very, very nice pattern as we go into the next couple of days. as a matter of fact, let's take a peak now, we're going to look at the forecast for tonight. overnight lows, that's
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